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Topic: An schizophrenic called Musatov wants destroy Sci-math
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Re: An schizophrenic called Musatov wants destroy Sci-math
Posted: May 12, 2013 1:07 AM
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On Saturday, June 20, 2009 5:55:47 AM UTC-7, MeAmI.org wrote:
> > A mentally sick named Musatov endeavor to destroy> Sci-math with a > deluge> of filth as is showed in this sample:> > THE GENESIS OF THE YOUNG COSIMA: HENRY HANDEL> RICHARDSON'S > MOST ...result is a book almost devoid of imaginative > and descriptive > writing. Its matter is ..... During the proof stage > she said: "... I > wish Oh God I'd .... See letter to Nettie Palmer > dated 6 May 1939, N.> P., p. 201. 9. 24 November 1929. > ...[23]http://www.informaworld.com/> index/795114923.pdf . > > We decent people never will open his posted ordure. > Ludovicus> Who are you to judge him?



On Saturday, June 20, 2009 5:55:47 AM UTC-7, MeAmI.org wrote:
> > A mentally sick named Musatov endeavor to destroy> Sci-math with a > deluge> of filth as is showed in this sample:> > THE GENESIS OF THE YOUNG COSIMA: HENRY HANDEL> RICHARDSON'S > MOST ...result is a book almost devoid of imaginative > and descriptive > writing. Its matter is ..... During the proof stage > she said: "... I > wish Oh God I'd .... See letter to Nettie Palmer > dated 6 May 1939, N.> P., p. 201. 9. 24 November 1929. > ...[23]http://www.informaworld.com/> index/795114923.pdf . > > We decent people never will open his posted ordure. > Ludovicus> Who are you to judge him?

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